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Annual Maple Sweets Recipe Contest in Japan
The awards ceremony for the second annual Maple Sweets recipe contest in Japan was held at the Canadian embassy in Tokyo. This year’s contest, in bakery and confectionery...
The Canadian Pork Story
Canada Pork International (CPI) and the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo sponsored an event to announce publication of the Japanese edition of The Canadian Pork Story, a book all about...
The 12th Foreign Chambers in Japan (FCIJ) Business Confidence Survey Available Online
The 12th Foreign Chambers in Japan (FCIJ) Business Confidence Survey was conducted October 15-26, 2007 .
The results and analysis are now available online at the FCIJ...
CCCJ'S Reiko Sonoyama in Nikkei Business
CCCJ Small Business and Professional Member Reiko Sonoyama was profiled in the April 23, 2007, edition of Nikkei Business.
Read the full text (in Japanese), from the file...
Nominations for CCCJ Board of Governors now closed
The nominations period for the CCCJ Board of Governors is now closed. We thank all members who have submitted nomination forms to the CCCJ office. The Nominations Committee will...
CCCJ Opposes closure of Fukuoka and Osaka consulates.
In response to the Government of Canada's recent announcement that it will close its consulates in Fukuoka and Osaka, the CCCJ wrote a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper...
The CCCJ hosts a record six events in June
June was packed with a record six CCCJ events! BC Minister of Economic Trade and Development Colin Hansen kicked off our guest speaker luncheon series, followed by the Honourable...